Celebrate World Vegan Month with Tarantella

November is World Vegan Month and what better way to celebrate than by whipping up some yummy vegan dishes in the kitchen? We’ve gathered a few of our favourites below.

Bean Casserole

A real winter warmer, our bean casserole contains a mixture of butter and flageolet beans, as well as carrot, leak, and our organic plum tomatoes.

Nourishing Amy’s Chipotle Jackfruit Bowls with Charred Peppers and Corn

We’re obsessed with these brightly coloured Chipotle Jackfruit Bowls, bursting with red pepper, corn, tortilla chips, and quinoa, all topped off with our organic tomato puree.

Rude Nude Food’s Creamed Corn Black Bean Enchiladas

Take your tastebuds on a trip to Mexico with these Creamed Corn Black Bean Enchiladas, packed with black beans, our organic peeled plum tomatoes, onions, and peppers.

Gnocchi Bolognese

Swap the cheese for a dairy-free alternative and voila – a vegan twist on a classic family favourite! Chunky carrot, onion, and our organic tinned tomatoes help to make this a healthy, filling midweek meal.


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